Intellectual Investment in Education: Case of India and Poland

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Indo-European Education Foundation (IEEF)” as research center is located in Central Europe in the heart of Warsaw, Poland. It is a non-profit organization registered under Government of Poland (EU), Ministry of Higher Education (KRS:0000480908). Working with the vision to create a bridge between India, Poland and the European Union, based on interlinks model of Academia and Industries.


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It has been seen that the knowledge of India in Europe, especially in Central Europe is quite limited. It is due to the small number of Centers of excellence dedicated to the field of research and study. In Central and Eastern Europe there is no such research center concerning modern India, which may provide support for Indo-Polish and Indo-EU potential partnerships. Despite of significant number of universities dealing with oriental study programs there is very poor level of academic and trade relations between Poland and India.

In term of business and education- when Europe is focusing on the Chinese market, India is focusing on the American and few selected European Countries. The first destination for Indian students, scholars and business elites is the USA or other English speaking countries. Every year 10 times more Indians choose the USA over Europe for higher education and research projects, which shows EU is not a favorable destination among Indians for research and businesses because of limited knowledge of these countries in Indian regions. In case of India and Poland- relations between India and Poland are very limited due to the narrow knowledge of India in Poland and Poland in India, although these relations are very old and reliable. The reason behind this limited cooperation is lack of studies and research centers in Poland (EU) as well as in India, which may link them together. This turns out to be a serious obstacle for considerable progress in establishing and strengthening ties between Poland (EU) and India. The solutions of these problems could be reached within the framework of multi-dimensional cooperation through academia and Industrial links, which may create long term trustworthy partnerships among institutions, universities, organizations, industries and individuals between India, Poland and EU.

Therefore, Indo-European Education Foundation (IEEF) has been established as inter-active, interdisciplinary and holistic approach to create a bridge between India, Poland and EU. IEEF came in existence in 2008 in Poland, and get legal identity in 2013 under Government of Poland, Ministry of Higher Education as “Indo-European Education Foundation” with KRS: 0000480908, Ref.: WA. XII NS-REJ.KRS/042319/13/413.  IEEF provides a real platform for students, scholars, universities, institutes, organizations, industries, NGOs, GOs, and individuals, where the stimulation of ideas, visions and plans for alternatives, and long-term partnership can be developed.


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